One hears that hyper-giant stars like Eta-carinae represent the upper bound on stellar mass at about 130 solar masses. At the lower end there are red dwarfs with as little as 0.075 solar mass.
You could say, then, that Eta-carinae is somewhere up in the 99.99th centile of our sample of known stellar masses, while a red dwarf with 0.075 solar mass is somewhere around the 0.01st centile.
I am curious as to the distribution in between. What stellar mass centile does the sun lie in? What is the median stellar mass? Is there a parametric model which best fits the distribution? If astronomers have not yet come up with a stellar mass distribution model, why not? Is it considered uninteresting?